• The BSc Critical Care Technology is a 3 - year undergraduate course offered by the School of Allied Health Sciences.
  • Brainware University is one of the top private universities in West Bengal offering BSc Critical Care Technology. The emergency medical care course is designed to prepare future healthcare professionals to handle all medical equipment essential for critical care patients, set up and connect the life support equipment, monitor the critically ill patients and record the readings and observations. Through varsity-hospital tie-ups, students are exposed to extended sessions of hands-on training under the guidance of experienced healthcare professionals. Intensive pre-placement training is provided right from day one such students become employable by the course-end.

B.Sc Critical Care Technology is a well in demand course. Services of a critical care technologist are highly desired in every hospital and healthcare unit. Here in this course you will be learning all about setting up medical equipment and connecting them to patients. You learn monitoring the equipment, recording the data and providing these data to the physicians. You will be also learning providing first-aid to patients in the absence of suitable medical aid. You are also taught the principle of operation and working of these medical devices. If necessary you will have to calibrate them, repair or carry out maintenance activities on them. Among the tasks of critical care technologist is helping the nursing and other paramedical staff in the use of these equipment and the need for constant monitoring. Amongst the various equipment that you handle are dialysis machine, defibrillators, blood analyzers, CAT scanners, infusion pumps, ventilators and various monitors.


BSc Critical Care Technology is a three-year undergraduate program that focuses on training students to provide medical assistance to critically ill patients. The syllabus may vary depending on the institution, but the following is a general overview of the topics covered in the program:

First Year:

  1. Anatomy and Physiology
  2. Microbiology and Pathology
  3. Basics of Critical Care
  4. Pharmacology
  5. Medical Ethics
  6. Communication Skills
  7. Medical Terminology
  8. Medical Record Keeping

Second Year:

  1. Principles of Critical Care Nursing
  2. Advanced Life Support Systems
  3. Biomedical Instrumentation
  4. Ventilator Management
  5. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  6. Trauma and Emergency Care
  7. Diagnostic Imaging

Third Year:

  1. Advanced Critical Care Nursing
  2. Pediatric Critical Care
  3. Neonatal Critical Care
  4. Organ Transplantation
  5. Nutrition Support in Critical Care
  6. Infection Control in Critical Care
  7. Research Methodology

In addition to the above topics, students may also be required to undergo clinical training and gain hands-on experience in critical care units of hospitals or healthcare institutions.

It's important to note that the specific syllabus may vary from one institution to another, so it's advisable to check with the institution of interest for the most accurate information on their syllabus.


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